Sunday School for all ages at 9:15 am.
Club 345 - Pre-school & Kindergarten Worship at 10:30 am.
J-Force - Children's (1st - 6th grades) Worship at 10:30 am.
Caravan - Kids' club during the school year at 6:45 pm committed to the physical, social, mental, and spiritual growth of children.
Discover—essential physical, social, mental, and spiritual skills.
Develop—self esteem through recognition.
Experience—positive interaction with caring adults and peers.
Grow—in their understanding of and appreciation for being part of God's church family.
Four–year–olds to Six-year-olds and Not Yet in First Grade Nazarene Cubbies celebrates their spiritual potential by helping them develop respect for God, His Son, and His Word.
First thru Sixth Grades Caravan is a weekly kids club committed to the physical, social, mental, and spiritual growth of children. It uses an active, hands-on learning approach to help kids discover, develop, experience, and grow.
Caravan teaches children the Articles of Faith of the Church of the Nazarene, information about prominent figures in Nazarene church history, valuable skills to help them develop spiritually, socially, mentally, and physically.
Super Summer Ministries at 6:45 pm in place of Caravan. Provides a weekly activity based on a Biblical theme. Activities include: sports night, craft night, field trips, and more.
This is a Bible Study program for children in grades 1-6. This year's study is on the book of Genesis. Quiz meets take place 5 times throughout the school year at Nazarene Churches in the surrounding area.
EVNaz has multiple no cost to you ways to make a difference in Kids Matter Ministries!
Register your Fry's VIP card.
Bottles and Cans for Bibles.
Goodwill Donation Drives
Thank you for your support!
Each summer is a
6th Grade Challenge Trip
to the Ark Encounter in Kentucky
Challenge Trip for sixth grade students. Discovering my Faith is taught annually to the Pre-Teen students who choose to accept the challenge. This gives students a foundation of what they believe and why they believe it, with Bible verses to support their beliefs. Students are also challenged to develop life time habits in spiritual formation.